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Journalist Report
Jimmy Urquhart

Crew 138 recognized Saint Patrick's day by just noting it was the
seventeenth and eating stale green frosted pastries. More
maintenance and repairs were performed on the Hab and the smell of the
overfilling septic tank was a common topic of discussion.
Most any outdoor activities were kept at a minimum as an unexpected
wind storm blew over the Hab. The outer doors to the Hab
were almost ripped off by the wind until they could be secured. The
wind also took out the secondary satellite dish for the
journalistic project. It will be out of commission until it can be
repaired and re-aimed.
No one has attempted to maim or kill anyone ... in fact, everyone
seems to be getting along very well.
And the winds with their swiftness along their path,
And the sea with its deepness,
And the rocks with their steepness,
And the earth with its starkness
..." -Saint Patrick
Lastly, the crew entered the simulation phase of the mission this
evening to the sounds of howling winds and Russian symphonics.